The Aomori Museum of Art was established with the purpose of promoting the arts of Northern Tohoku region. The adjacent excavation site, Sannai-Maruyama Historical Site, became the inspiration for its architecture. The permanent collection features three of four backdrops of the ballet Aleko painted by Master Marc Chagall. The scale of the exhibition hall is of breathtaking magnitude. The museum holds a wide array of artifacts from Japanese paintings to western paintings, as well as modern art pieces.
Introducing the Arts of Aomori to the World
Since opening in 2006, the Aomori Museum of Art with its goal of introducing the arts of Aomori to the world has collected and exhibited works from Aomori native artists such as Shiko Munakata, Shuji Terayama, Yoshitomo Nara, and Toru Narita. The Aomori Dog by Yoshimoto Nara has become the museum’s iconic symbol.
|Address||185 Chikano Yasuta Aomori-shi,Aomori 038-0021 JAPAN|
|Open||June 1st-September 30th 9:00-18:00 (Admission until 17:30)
October 1st – May 31st 9:30-17:00 (Admission until 16;30)
|Closed||Every 2nd and 4th Monday (If Monday falls on a national holiday the following Tuesday)
December 29th – December 31st
*Closed dates may change due to special exhibitions or other circumstances.
University/High School Students:¥300 (¥240)
Junior High/Elementary School Students:¥100 (¥80)
*Fees in ( ) are group discounted fee(20 people or more)
*Fees may change depending on the exhibition
*Additional fee for Special Exhibitions
|URL||(English, Russian, Korean, Simplified/Traditional Chinese) http://www.aomori-museum.jp/ja/|